Cities around the world have a new ally in the fight to achieve prosperity and sustainability. More than a dozen top technology firms — including some of the world's largest — have formed the Smart Cities Council to provide cities with tools and best practices. Click to read the press release.
Jesse came to the smart city sector from the smart grid where he was one of the pioneering thought leaders and chief analyst of SmartGridNews.com, the Internet’s oldest, largest and highest-ranked smart grid site.
Philip is an expert in applying technology to achieve sustainability. He has been a pioneer in resource informatics for sustainability (managing multiple resources streams via integrated data management).
As Executive Director for Partner Engagement at Smart Cities Council, Jason Nelson engages with companies around the world to encourage them to partner with us to build more livable, workable and sustainable cities.
Adam has spent more than 20 years influencing infrastructure and urban regeneration projects across the world. In this time, he has worked for global consulting firms, as well as transformational non-profit organisations. For the past seven years, he has supported the building of movements and marketplaces for sustainable cities
Stuart co-founded Autopoiesis LLC, which offers ecological design, integrated modeling, feasibility analysis and sustainable finance services for large-scale green development projects.
After working as a business editor and marketing strategist, Kevin now works to protect the wilderness and the wildlife that calls it home.
For over 40 years Jon has been using technology to try to make this world a better place.
Connie DeSpirito Heath is Manager of City Engagement. Her career includes over 25 years in institutional advancement working in higher education, healthcare, and the independent school sectors.
Liz Enbysk joined the Smart Cities Council in 2012 as Editorial Director and is now Editor of the Council's Compassionate Cities program.